How to set up routines and habits that actually work for school leaders.
Managing a busy role is a tricky thing to do!
Jonathan and Lucy talk about their top tips for staying organised and looking after your own wellbeing
- A recent survey that suggested that 32% of school leaders' mental health was bad or very bad.
- A study carried out in 2021 and published in the British Journal of Health Psychology, showed that you are more likely to stick to your habits if you link it to a daily routine or time tag.
- Starting new habits and routines takes a while…A study carried out in 2010 showed that habits take approximately 66 days to embed, and if it involved exercise, it took 1 ½ times longer!
- Routines offer serious value for learning.
- Repetition is important
Quotes of the day:
"If you were able to get 1% better everyday, you would be 37 times better by the end of the year." James Clear, Atomic Habits.
“Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says ‘I’ll try again tomorrow.'”Mary Anne Radmacher
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